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Kidnapping, snuff films, amputee geeks, and a requiem for lost love...
Stephen Elliott's new novel, 'Happy Baby', explores how pain can define desire, how the future becomes the past, and how grace struggles with self-destruction.
Thirteen-year-old Peter Paddington is overweight, the subject of his classmates' ridicule, and the victim of too many bad movie-of-the-week storylines.
Mark Dunn
What if Jane Austen had had a black-sheep brother?
When fourteen-year-old Gemma Kramer’s broken body is found on the floor of St. Sebastian’s Church, the official ruling is that she jumped to her death from the organ gallery above the altar.
'Bite the Stars' opens with a tornado that whips into motion the whirlwind events of a young woman's life.
The history of the Second World War is usually told through its decisive battles and campaigns.
A gracefully disconcerting collection of stories by the winner of the 2005 Narrative Prize.
A moving collection of personal essays about the real, human experiences behind the highly politicized issue of reproductive choice.
Investigative journalist and author Karen Spears Zacharias never anticipated that she would become one of the characters involved in a high-profile murder.

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